Harry, Meghan desperate to edit Netflix show, memoir after Queen’s death

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are making a dramatic U-turn on their upcoming projects in the wake of Queen Elizabeth’s death, multiple sources told Page Six. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been working on a docuseries as part of their multimillion-dollar Netflix deal for more than a year. Netflix chiefs — who have not even officially announced the Sussex project yet — had hoped to air the docuseries in December after the fifth season of “The Crown” on Nov. 9. Now we’re told the couple want to make more edits to the hotly anticipated show, which would potentially push back its release until later in 2023. Harry’s memoir, originally scheduled for release from Penguin Random House in November, has already been pushed back until sometime next year. Many royal experts have said that Harry’s father, King Charles, will hold off giving the title of prince and princess to the Sussex children, Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1, until the couple’s various media projects are out.

Harry, Meghan desperate to edit Netflix show, memoir after Queen’s death

Via: Page Six